3 miles of golden sandy beach attract many families to the seaside resort of Borth. Swim in the sea off Borth's gently shelving beach, take the children to the rock pools or play games on the sand dunes/nature reserve managed by the Countryside Council for Wales at Ynyslas. This scenic, sandy spot, is also popular for its beauty and wide open spaces.
For superb scenery walk the coastal path from Borth to Aberystwyth, whilst at the summit make the most of the panoramic views by visiting the Camera Obscura, before taking a gentle ride down to the promenade via the Cliff Railway.
For those of you who like to remain active, play golf at Borth's long-established 18 hole links course, have a riding lesson or pony trek through unspoilt countryside available via the Rheidol Riding Centre. For scenic walks, world class mountain biking or just to relax and watch the daily feeding of the Red Kites visit Bwlch Nant yr Arian.
The Animalarium at Borth houses a collection of exotic, unusual and interesting animals to amuse and delight you or try the RSPB nature reserve At Ynyshir – home to Springwatch 2011, 2012 & 2013.
Visit King Arthur's Labyrinth situated in the Craft Centre at Corris and take a dramatic underground boat ride, or perhaps ride on the Vale of Rheidol narrow gauge steam train from Aberystwyth to Devil's Bridge where magnificent waterfalls await you.
From New Quay take a boat trip out into Cardigan Bay where there's an excellent chance of seeing some of the bay's sea life including the awe-inspiring Bottlenose Dolphins and Harbour Porpoise.
We will gladly help you in planning exciting days out during your stay with us.
DON'T FORGET - 9.00am Every Saturday Aberystwyth Park 5k Run - Free
Sunday 7th July, Cardigan Bay Sea food Festival - Aberaeron 11am
Sunday 7th July, 1940s Summer Fete at Powis Castle - 11.00 -17.00
Fri. 12th July, Outdoor theatre: Treasure Island - Powis Castle - 19.00 - 21.00
Fri. 2nd August - Borth Carnival
Tues. 6th August, Outdoor theatre: Much Ado About Nothing - Powis Castle - 19.00 - 21.00